Man tries to climb through restaurant window: Avon Lake Police Blotter | #ESC_LLC #Restaurant #Robbery #Police | On Nov. 25, a restaurant employee reported that a man had partly climbed through the drive-through window, knocking the cash register off the counter. The suspect was located and taken into custody on disorderly conduct and resisting arrest charges. He was later transported to the Lorain County Jail.
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